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Congratulate Kevin Clay, Mid-Atlantic’s Newest Licensed Geologist

Join us in congratulating Mid-Atlantic’s rock star geologist, Kevin Clay! We’re happy to announce that after countless weekends of studying, Kevin passed the Practice of Geology Exam and is now licensed to practice geology in North Carolina. Congratulations Kevin!

2020 Food Drive Sets Yet Another Record

Mid-Atlantic recently completed our annual Food Drive, which is held between Thanksgiving and Christmas. This year our employees donated 977 pounds of food, besting the previous record of 855 pounds set just last year. These donations and Mid-Atlantic’s matching contribution of $1,977 will help the the Food Bank of Central and Eastern North Carolina¬†and the […]

Gretchen Saussy Receives Carrie Sharp Power Connector Award

Gretchen Saussy, Mid-Atlantic’s Director of Business Development, recently received the Carrie Sharp Power Connector Award from the Charlotte chapter of CREW (Commercial Real Estate Women). The Carrie Sharp Power Connector Award honors a CREW member or sponsor who went beyond networking and actively established or strengthened relationships with fellow CREW members and sponsors. This individual […]

Raleigh Iron Works Project Moving Forward

We are proud to be a part of the team assisting Grubb Ventures and Jamestown with the development of the former Peden Steel site in Raleigh. The project, titled Raleigh Iron Works, will result in 494,000 square feet of creative class office space, 91,000 square feet of restaurant, retail, venue and fitness space, and 220 […]

Mid-Atlantic Assesses Vineyard in Southwest Oregon

Mid-Atlantic recently assisted a client with due diligence services at sites in southwest Oregon and the central portion of Texas. The photograph on our home page and the ones here are of the beautiful, 18-acre boutique wine vineyard in Oregon we had the pleasure of visiting. We are proud of the dedicated, solution-based and customer-orientated […]

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